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The Bible, do I understand it all, no, but do I believe it all, yes.

Quick Quote – Source – Franklin Graham

A Biblical Christian worldview perspective – So many understandably look at the Bible as an antiquated book of stories that challenge our sense of right and wrong. God’s stated omnipotence (yet allowance of sin), His perceived lack of fairness (eternal Hell), and the Bible’s alleged inconsistencies all contribute to this impression. It is impossible for a supreme God to fully explain Himself to man, which is why He reminds us that our trust in Him comes through faith not sight (2 Cor. 5:7).

AuthorJeff Hilles | BCWorldview.org

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